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The Indian South African

The Indian population of South Africa owes its presence in the country to the labour problem experienced by pioneer farmers who established sugar plantations in the British colony of Natal during the 19th century.

Indian Education – Posters

Indian Education – Posters

Letter from Debby Hyams to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Debby Hyams to Phyllis Naidoo

Note from Marge to Phyllis Naidoo

Notes form Marge to Phyllis

Guidelines for an adult education programme to assist adult indians who have received minimal formal schooling

Margaret Sugden { 1978) stated that in a strati£ ied random sample of 2 000 Indian families drawn in the Durban-Pietermaritzburg area in 1974 "Some 15 per cent had never received any formal education, while of those who had attended school, 34 per cent had less than a standard six education and 9

Article by Roger Bagley

Newspaper cutting

Letters of Christina and Phyllis Naidoo

Letters of Christina and Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from David Philips to Alan Paton
Letter from F L Cannon to Alan Paton
Letter from D H Philip to Alan Paton
Letter from R F Rorke to Alan Paton
Letter from Alan Paton to R F Rorke
Letter from J M Stubblebine to Alan Paton
Letter from J M Stubblebine to Alan Paton
Letter from Robert M Bartlett to Alan Paton
Letter from A C Martin to Alan Paton
Letter from Alan Paton to Colonel A C Martin
Letter form Mrs Degenaar to Alan Paton
Letter to Alan Paton from Mrs Degenaar
A Liberal South African: Monumental biography of Jan Hendrik Hofmeyr

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